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Stone the Crows
Stone the Crows
Stone the Crows
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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German reissue of the band's 1969 debut album. Repertoire.


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All Artists: Stone the Crows
Title: Stone the Crows
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Repertoire
Release Date: 1/20/1997
Album Type: Extra tracks, Import
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1


Album Description
German reissue of the band's 1969 debut album. Repertoire.

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Something to crow about
D. Hartley | Seattle, WA USA | 09/17/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Stunning debut album from one of the "lost" bands of the 70's that should be in any serious classic rock fan's collection. You may not know the band by name, but many are sure to recognize one or two of the pedigrees involved. Lead vocalist Maggie Bell, whose bluesy and soulful whiskey-soaked voice recalls Janis Joplin and Bonnie Tyler, pursued a solo career after the group dissolved. Bass player and backing vocalist Jim Dewar went on to greater fame for his distinctive singing on Robin Trower's early albums (give a listen to "Touch Of Your Hand" for the sound of those unmistakable pipes!) Unsung guitarist Les Harvey (brother of glam-rocker Alex) had his career tragically cut short in an infamous onstage electrocution during a Stone The Crows concert.(Listen to his acoustic playing on "Blind Man" to hear what I mean by "unsung guitarist"). Remastering on the most recent import edition is outstanding. Pick one up while you can!"
Should be a great one but this CD is only a compilation
D. Hartley | 10/02/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Someone did made a big joke on this released, because this CD is not their original self-titled album but only a compilation. The original STC album have no such songs like this except "The touch of your loving hand" and "Raining in your heart". All other songs in this so-called STC CD are from their various albums such as "ODE TO JOHN LAW", "CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE" & "TEENAGE LICKS". Try to find the original CD/LP and listen to more great songs like "Fool on the hill", "Blind man" and of course that 18:21 running time version of "I saw America" and you'll know why Maggie Bell was the greatest blues female vocalist ever."